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Lessons in Liberty is a series of lectures and courses sponsored by The Foundation for American Christian Education (FACE) to help citizens better understand the source of liberty in our American Christian Constitutional Republic. Join like-minded patriots who love God’s Word, and together, master the “lessons of liberty” so you can be used of God to help bring every aspect of culture “captive to the obedience of Christ.”
The 2019-2020 Lessons in Liberty Lecture Series is a primer of American liberty and our Constitution. The Bible has been our textbook of civil, religious, economic, and educational liberty, producing our Christian constitutional Republic. The Bible and the Constitution is a distillation of the major ideas in The Christian History of the Constitution by Verna Hall and Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History by Rosalie Slater.
Join us each month, October 2019 through June 2020 (excluding December) online or in our classroom, as we study together the influence of the Bible in forming our Constitution. In each session we will teach and learn one major idea from The Bible and the Constitution. You will be become an influencer, able to readily defend our liberty and restore light to our nation.
Speakers include Dr. Max Lyons, Dr. Gai Ferdon, Gary Porter, and Dr. Rodd Rodriguez. Included are lectures, copies of presenter’s PowerPoint slides and handouts. One copy of the Bible and The Constitution is included with your full series subscription. Sessions may be accessed live in our classroom, live online, or at your convenience through watching the recorded presentation.
Don’t miss a single session of this vital ten-part series on the Constitution. Register today for all ten sessions and get a FREE book.
A charge of $99 for the entire ten-part series (individual or family) includes live presentations (in our classroom or online via live streaming) video-recorded sessions, one copy of The Bible and the Constitution, and handouts. Individual sessions are $10 each, but do not include The Bible and the Constitution booklet.
To register for individual events please use the form within each event below.
Lessons in Liberty, The Bible and the Constitution: Our Heritage of Christian Character and Government
Part Two of a Ten Part Lessons in Liberty series. In this session we will answer these important questions: Do Americans still have the capacity for self-government which our Founders demonstrated when they launched the world’s first Christian republic? Have the failures of our basic institutions—the home, the church, and the school eroded our “capacity for self-government”, that legacy of liberty bequeathed to us by all those who helped establish Constitutional government— Christian self-government with voluntary union— the basic principle…Find out more »
Part Three of a Ten Part Lessons in Liberty series. In this session Gary Porter will show how the unique idea of local self-government was birthed in our nation. This Biblical idea was first manifested in the Hebrew Republic, the God-given government of the Israelites. The next time we see it fully manifested in history was 3,000 years later in the American colonies! Our founders established Christian self-government in 1781 because they had practiced it for over 150 years in…Find out more »
Lessons in Liberty, The Bible and the Constitution: The American Home: Foundation for Constitutional Character
Part Four of a Ten Part Lessons in Liberty series. Home was identified in Colonial America as the first sphere of government. No single institution in America contributes more significantly to the success or failure of Constitutional government than the American home. It is in the home where the foundation of character is laid and where self-government must be first learned and practiced.” (Hall and Slater) In this session we will discuss why and how the Christian home must be…Find out more »
Lessons in Liberty, The Bible and the Constitution: The American Church: Conscience and Constitution
Part Five of a Ten Part Lessons in Liberty series. The role of the church in society in the formation of our nation was very different than it is today. In this session we will discuss why this is one major reason we are losing our Biblical character and Biblical model of government. In our founding years citizens looked to their pastors to understand the Biblical principles of self and civil government. This documentation is preserved in what is referred…Find out more »
Lessons in Liberty, The Bible and the Constitution: American Education, Maintaining the Character of American Liberty
Part Six of a Ten Part Lessons in Liberty series One cannot possibly judge the educational establishment today without knowing the history of American education. Neither can one embrace the solutions to our educational ills until they understand the extent of our departure from Biblical ideals in education. This session will explain our two centuries of private, most Biblical education as well as our progression, over the last two centuries from non-sectarian, to secular, to humanistic, to socialist, to thoroughly…Find out more »
Part Seven of a Ten Part Lessons in Liberty series In this session we will discuss the achievement of Christian self-government with union is one of the most exciting and miraculous stories of history. This is our story. God brought together 13 extremely diverse colonies into a permanent union, the first Christian Constitutional Republic; the freest nation based on the principles of His Word since the nation of Israel. Presented by Dr. Gai Ferdon Pages 49-53 The Bible and The…Find out more »
Final Three Parts of the Ten Part Lessons in Liberty series. Be sure to join us for the three part finality of this powerful Lessons in Liberty course. The United States Constitution is without question one of the greatest documents ever created by man. Daniel Webster remarked, “I regard it (the Constitution) as the work of the purest patriots and wisest statesmen that ever existed, aided by the smiles of a benign Providence; for when we regard it as a…Find out more »